Love and marriage go together like a horse and carriage. But what about money and marriage? When it comes to your student loans, getting married can play a big role in how your loans get paid – and the consequences of not making those payments on time.
People worry about whether getting married means being burdened with their spouse’s student loan debts. And those concerns are well founded, given the fact that according to some studies as many as 22% of all divorces are caused at least in part by money issues.
Today I’ll review 10 facts you need to know about the impact your student loans on your spouse (and vice versa).
We’ll also run down some of the top news stories from the world of student loans and answer a question about refinancing federal student loans into a private loan.
- Employers to Start Offering Student Loan Payment Plans
- Wisconsin ‘Higher Ed, Lower Debt’ student loan refinancing bill set for Wednesday hearing
- Gainful Employment Rule
- List of Community Property States
- Injured Spouse Rule
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